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Watlington is a market town and civil parish concerning 7 miles (11 kilometres) south of Thame in Oxfordshire, near the region's eastern side as well as less than 2 miles (3 kilometres) from its boundary with Buckinghamshire. The church consists of the hamlets of Xmas Common, Greenfield and Howe Hill, all of which remain in the Chiltern Hills. The 2011 Census recorded the parish's population as 2,727. The Watlington area is likely to have been settled at a very early day, motivated by the distance of the Icknield Way. The toponym suggests "settlement of Waecel's people" and also indicates occupation from around the 6th century. A 9th-century charter by Æthelred of Mercia documents 8 'manses' or major dwellings in Watlington. The Domesday Book of 1086 identified the location as a farming neighborhood valued at £ 610. Medieval files suggest that the modern-day street plan was in presence in the 14th century, as Cochynes-lane (Couching Street), as well as Brook Street are recorded. There are records of inns in Watlington because the 15th century. In 1722 the community's market was detailed as being held on a Saturday. By the end of the 18th century the town had 6 inns, all of which were bought up in the next few years by a regional developing household, the Haywards. The variety of qualified premises increased until late in the 19th century when George Wilkinson, a Methodist got six of them and closed them down. Today Watlington has three hostelries: the Carriers Arms, The Chequers and The Fat Fox Inn. Parliamentarian soldiers were billeted at Watlington throughout the English Civil War. It is assumed that John Hampden stayed in the town the night before the Battle of Chalgrove Field. In 1664-- 65 the Town Hall was developed at the cost of Thomas Stonor. Its upper space was granted by Stonor as a grade school for children, and in 1731 Dame Alice Tipping of Ewelme provided a further endowment to raise the variety of students. In 1842 the community Vestry established a National School, which shared the very same spaces in the City center. In 1843 a National Institution for girls was built next to St Leonard's church. In 1872 the young boys' as well as girls' institutions were absorbed right into a brand-new Board college, which like its precursors was affiliated to the National Society for Promoting Religious Education. In 1927 the school was separated into separate junior and also senior schools. In 1956 a brand-new high school-- the Icknield Institution-- opened for elderly pupils as well as the primary school took control of the old premises. The Icknield School is currently Icknield Community College. By 1895 the City center, no longer used as a college, was in disrepair. In 1907 it was restored by public subscription. It is a landmark at the meeting point of 3 roads in the centre of the community. Given that 1990 Watlington has actually been twinned with the community of Mansle in the Poitou-Charentes region of France. The Watlington Hoard, a collection of silver things going back to the time of Alfred the Great in the 9th century, was found in Watlington by James Mather, an amateur metal-detectorist, in 2015. The stockpile was subsequently excavated, and at some point purchased by the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford for £ 1.35 m.